Rhode Island adds 130 beds, quarantine facility for homeless

PROVIDENCE (AP) – Rhode Island is funding an additional 130 emergency shelter beds and reopening a COVID-19 quarantine facility for people dealing with homelessness, Gov. Daniel J. McKee announced Thursday. The new beds are being added at shelters in four cities: Amos House in Pawtucket is adding 80 beds, House of Hope in East Providence…

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